Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 7, 1929 · Page 30
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THE ALTOONA MlkROR-THURffiAY,, NOVBfytBfeR Church^ Society and Fraternal SOCIETY NEWS A Borf and bridge card party will be held by the Young Ladles' sodality of St. Mark's Catholic church In the school hall at Sixth avenue and Fourth street tomorrow evening at 8.30 o'clock. This Is the first of a series of card parties planned by the .sodality and the patronage of the public is cordially solicited. —o— The Altoona chapter of the American War Mothers association will meet in regular session at the Veterans of Foreign Wars memorial home, at Thirteenth avenue and Seventeenth street this evening at 8 o'clock. The chapter has completed plans for a bridge and BOO card party to be held in the V. F. W. home tomorrow evening. The public is cordially invited to attend this affair. Mr: and Mrs. James Kelly, I0fl Second street, last night entertained three tables of friends at progressive BOO. A fine time was had and at a lato hour dainty refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. •F. Klmmell, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hurisinger, Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Humerlck, Mr. and CHURCH NEWS The W. W. C. of Class, No. 14, of the First Church of Christ Sunday school will be entertained by Mrs. Apncs Bloom at her home at 610 Fifth tomorrow evening at 7.30 avenue o'clock. All members and friends of the class are Invited to be present. -—o— The regular meeting of the Euodla class of St. Paul's Lutheran Sunday school will be held at the home of Mrs. John R. Davis of 3709 Fourth avenue tomorrow evening at 7.45 o'clock. All members are asked to Today H Choice bring needles, thread, scissors and small pieces of goods to the meeting. Under the auspices of the Young by l)lt. WILMAM T. JIOKNAIJAY Zoologist Authority on Animal 1/ife Dr. lloriuidiiy Let not your heart be troubled: ye b i ,-c In God, belkive" also In Me.— Jo..., 1-1:1. And Cod shall wipe away all tears Mrs. S. G. Washabaugh, Miss "Eliza-I from their oye.t.—Revelations 7:17 and both Clark and Mr. find Mrs. Kelly. |21:4. —o — Mrs. Homer Emblck of Fourth avenue and Seventh street cntertnlnod a number of her friends at luncheon and bridge yesterday nfternoon at hoi- home. The afternoon wns enjoyably spent In cards following which the Behold tho Lamb of God, which taketh away the win of the world!— John l.:29. Blessed are the merciful; for they shall obtain mercy. Blessed are the mro In heart; for they shall sec God. —Matthew 5:7-8. Prove all things: hold fast that which is good.—I Thessalonlans 5:21. Then whosoever heareth the sound of the trumpet, and taketh not warning; if the sword come and take him away, Ills blood shall be upon his own head.—Ezekicl 33:4. Rejoice not against me. O mine enemy: when I fall, I shall 'arise; when I sit In darkness, the Lord shall be a light unto me.—Micah 7:8. •' (Complied by the Bible Guild) hostess served refreshments. Those present were: Mrs. R. N. Snyder, Mrs. Lyons, Mrs. Morris Hufford, Mrs. C. H. Little, Mrs. A. W. Eby, Mrs. Charles Shatzer, Mrs. Bessie Hufford and Mrs. Hojner Embick. The next meeting of the group will be held at the home of Mrs. C. H. Little at 421 Beech avenue. The Endress Parent-Teacher association held its regular meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 5, at 8 o'clock in the school building. Following the 'opening exercises, a very interesting program was presented. A piano duet, "The Dance of the Demons," was pre- Bented by Mrs. McGraw and Mrs. McNeil, Mr. Nelman rendered a vocal selection, "Bells of tho Sea," and "A Beneficial Discourse" was also rendered by Mrs. McGraw and Mrs. McNeil as a piano duet. A business session closed the meeting. The home of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Barry of 319 Second avenue was the «ceno 01' a delightful family gathering Ion Tuesday evening. The party was •held In honor of the four members of the Barry family, whose birthdays fall on Nov. 6. Tho I event Included a sUmptuous four-course dinner and also the pleasant exchange of gifts. The honor guests were Mrs. W. D. Bonne-' and. William E. Barry, sister and brother, and their nephews; Robert j ut Meycrsdale from wounds indicted Barry and Marlln Barry. Others, who W hen his father's gun was accidentally Friday; It. New Mexico. C. Dillon, governor of Teresa Dietrlck, all of Altoona, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson of Ty- TWO HUNTERS KILLED; OTHERS REPORTED HURT HARRISBURG, Nov. 7.—One man is dead and two others are injured as the result of hunting accidents reported I from towns in this region. Frank H. Albright, aged 28, is dead enjoyed the evening, were: Mr. and Mrs. .W. Earl Barry and son Walter, and Mrs. William Barry. —o— A very enjoyable evening was spent 'at the homo of Mr. and Mm. Sharrar •of East Altoona on Saturday evening, iN'ov. 2; at which time thb hostess |aervcd a very delicious sauer kraut •Upper, Thoso present were: Mr. and •Mrs. William Sharrar and children Benjamin, Joseph, Margaret, Elmira 'and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. D. Ii. Swanger and daughter Marian, Mr. and "Mrs. T. R. Sharrar and children .Thomas, Betty, Shirley and Jack, Mr, ... and Mrs, F. S. Sharrar and daughter, • ..Audrey, Howard Sharrar.of Washlng- 'toiV'D. C., Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Link ,of. St. Michael, Mr. and Mrs. John Bwander, Miss Dorothy Bait, Miss discharged. llrcd. Ruf us 'Be'avet-flon of York Is suffering from being shot in the eye by an unknown hunter. The left leg of John Mizlnko, a miner of Tomhlckon, had to bo amputated by surgeons at Hazleton after the man hud shot himself while in the woods. One death was added to the hunting season toll in western Pennsylvanit today when It was learned that another man, injured in hunting, had died in a hospital last night. The llrst fatality in Allegheny coun ty was the death, of Patrick Branni gan, aged 18, Coal Valley, near Glair ton, who died In the McKeesport hos pltal from an abdomenal wound suf fered yesterday. His companion's gun was said to have been accidental! Women's ^Missionary society of the Fourth Lutheran church, a bazaar will be conducted .at llOO'/j Eleventh avenue on Friday and Saturday, Nov. i and 9. There will be on sale gift uggestlons of line hand work, home- nade cakes, pies and candles. The bazaar will be conducted each day rom 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. It is hoped hat the public will patronize the af- air. At Altoona Rescue Mission this venlng, L. J. Grayblll a member of he board of directors, also superln- endent of the Bedford Street Gospel mission in Hollidaysburg, will bring he message and is arranging a strong nuslcal program. Tomorrow evening, he Whosoever Prayer group of which Mrs. Parsons is the leader, will have ntlre charge of the service. Evangelist N. E. Troyer of Cable, O., will preach at the Mennonite Mili Run chapel on Saturday evening. The meeting will open at 7.30 o'clock with i song service, followed at 8 o'clock iy the sermon by Mr. Troyer. He will Iso preach at 11 o'clock Sunday nornlng at the First Mennonite hureh, Fourth avenue and Twenty- Ifth street, and on Sunday evening vlll begin a series of evangelistic meetings there, which will continue ivery evening for ten days. . The members of the Women's For- »lgn Missionary society of the Eighth Avenue Methodist church met In regular session in the church on Tuesday evening. The devotional period was ed by Mrs. Robert Smulllng and Mrs. A. W. Epright had charge of the bus- ness session. Miss Ella Lcedom of rlollldaysburg gave a fine report of he anniversary convention ' held recently at Columbus, O. Edward Sneath, Bible student and teacher, ;ave a talk on the lesson subject, 'From Jerusalem to Jerusalem." The session adjourned with the singing of a solo by Miss Margaret Marks. Rev. H. M. Metzger of Springfield, O., will begin a rferles .of evangelistic meetings for the Mennonite Brethren n Christ church at 2321 Beale avenue, on Nov. 7, to continue at least until Nov. -17. Services will be held each evening at 7.30 o'clock and on Sunday afternoons at 2.30 o'clock. He will be assisted by Rev. Homer CltMiser of Ft. Wayne, Ind., who will be the pastor In charge of the local work, assisted by C. A. Wertz. All are welcome to these services. PLAN MEETING AT SENFT TABERNACLE Tomorrow evening at 7.45 o'clock the division Of the congress of bands representing Africa will have charge of the young people's service at the Senft Memorial Gospel tabernacle of the Christian and Missionary Alliance and will present the work of missions In that land, present Africa's need of the gospel, as well as give some historical- facts on that land. The congress of bands, representing the so-called foreign mission field's; have 1 been 'increasing In interest as they present the needs of the gospel in the various lands, and it is expected that' this band will be' better than the last, one of those on the band having served .a term on the field himself, Rev. B. H. Patterson, who will also be in charge of the service. Miss E. K, Stitt will present the religious side of African life and give the needs of the gospel of Christ. B. Harrison Craiger will present the historical, as • well as touch on the religious side of African life. The speakers, as well as Rev. Patterson, will be dressed in the native costume of tho land. Mrs. D. R. Leonard, Miss Virginia Musselman and Bessie Bressler will have part 'In the devotions, the flrst named to read tho Scripture lesson. Misses Alice and Betty McGarvey will bring a special message in song. These talks are proving instructive as well as interesting and a cordial welcome to the service Is extended. combined,' of of 6arved silver, ofteri have an almost invisible Vatch set into one of the pair and sornetimes the watch face is coricealed by a thin diamond slide In the more elaborate j armlets. Versatile Velveteen. So aristocratic has velveteen become that It is being used for evening gowns. Arid so versatile does It remain that it is being used with equal enthusiasm for, afternoon frocks, street suits, lounging robes, ' and hostess pajama coats. Many of the velveteen pajama coats are smartly tailored 4 and have a dashing flare around the hips. Next Spring'* Modes. Upon the wlnte'r sands . AILEEN LAMONT'S STYLES OF TODAY By AILEEN LAMONT, Stuff Correspondent, (Copyright, 1929, by Altoona Mirror.) NEW YORK, Nov. 7.—Paris insists upon hand bags and shoes which absolutely match; assemble these, and It is casyj to have a hat made which matches them In turn. Some handbag and shoe ensembles ' by Sandalari of Paris are In brown suede and box.calf, piped with beige, shoes and bag decorated with the hand stitched ostrich tip now'so much in vogue, a bag to match lizard shoes, in brown lizard ornamented with cublstlc oblongs of brown and black, each oblong white on top to suggest skyscrapers crowned with snow; evening slippers and bag of antique, East Indiana brocade; in Paris green-*and 14 carat gold threat, the bag gold mounted and the evening slippers completed by heels of gold kid with tiny wings of the brocade on their lower edges to match the brocade vamp. Shackled and Liking It. Even full-length sleeves do not prevent you from wearing bracelets. If worn by the wrist, the bracelet should lit snugly. It It doesn't, you should slide it up the arm until it does. Twin bracelets of white gold and yellow gom Beach Is cast the shadow Palm of next spring's mrfdes and the next spring's colors. So far'the colors which promise to be Important are bluish green, blues from a lighter-than-havy to cornflower, purplish brown and golden tans, pinks from mauve to coral,' rose' and yellow beige, gold and lemon yellow's, rust shades, frays, both blue and reddish purples. D. 0. K. K. PLAN TO HOLD CEREMONIAL Zamerl temple, No. 168, Dramatic Order of the Knights of Khorrassan will hold a G. Arthur Hughes ceremonial on Monday evening, Nov. 25, In Its club rooms at 1116 Eleventh avenue in conjunction with Its regular meeting which happens to fall on that date. This ceremonial had been planned following the receipt of a request from the imperial palace that each temple In the domain should hold a ceremonial during Thanksgiving week and it is to be named after one of the member of the each temple who has done some special work of benefit to that temple. So at the regular meeting held on Monday, Oct. 28, It was unanimously moved that the ceremonial be named after Royal Prince G.. Arthur Hughes. Being the first ceremonial to be held this year by the Zameri temple, more than a dozen of candidates have signified their wish to cross the hot sands. The affair will be 'In charge of 'Royal Vizier J. M. Davis who will have the following.joffleers assisting him: Secretary, C. P. Sweltzer; treasurer, H. N. Nlcodemus; grand ertir, P. C. Merritts; temple deputy, C. IV. Tayior; mahedi, F. W. Flshel; satrap,, B. G. Winnaugle; sahib, J. A. liourter; sheik, C. Y. Stern; master of eight order, John H. Cogley, and captain of patrol team, William Bashore. A re- hersal will be held on Monday evening at 7.45 at the temple rooms for tne patrol and ritualistic teams. Auto Top Dressing A DEVOE product that waterproofs and ^reserves automobile " ~ FASHIONS AS SEEN BY FRANCES PAGET By FRANCES PAGE*. (Copyright, 1920, by Style Sources.) NEW YORK, Nov. 7.—Miss Knickerbocker has donned her fur coat. Very lovely and feminine she looks too—and quite unlike the trim boyish figure she assumed a while back. The new coats have a sumptuous air, with their great high collars and generous flares to say nothing of the beauty of their coloring 1 or the quajity of- their pelts. Perhaps the less said about that the better, for after all fashion is not Insistent on the .use of precious furs only, although she always endoxses their selection. Fortunately furriers have a Ttay with them this season and one Is able to be striking, effective and even elegant within reason. There are many clever fur details noticeable on cloth coats, the great percentage of which are black. From some recent advices and photographs from Longchamps, one finds that fur borders are approved, .and that cuffs or sleeves furred to the elbow are acclaimed. Seven-elghtha coat lengths seem to have the especial approval of the Parlslenne while here coats continue to cover the dress, but because of the placement of the fur -border they'frequently appear to be shorter. Fur used above rather than at the wrist Is another trick of the season and this better enables one to cope with the muff which has returned and appears to. be meeting with sesponse. Lake Superior Is the largest body of fresh water In the world. It has an area of more- than 32,000 square miles. GRAND ARM* BANQUBT tO BE HELD NOV, 23 The Oriirtd At rhy banojiet for tfte A4- oona posts and th*ir affiliated auxll- arlea will be held" Saturday afternoon, ov. 23, Jn the rooms of S. C. Fotta lost. No. 62, (5.' Av •&.', *5h Chestnut .venue between ; Nliith and ' Tenth treets. *he affair la one planned by illchael Poet before, hia death and is* icing carried' forward by posts and .uxlllarles. Grand Army veterans of he county are beirtg extended Invlti- ions to be in attendance. The new date for the affair was ,xed Tuesday at a m'eetlng of the general committee presided over by Jeneral Chairman S. C.',Wilson. • It : composed of representatives frdfri he various organisations,and all work- ng in harmony for the success of the affair. J. C. Stoke was named dhalr- man of a committee to purchase the jrovlslons and empowered to appoint Is own. aides. The program of entertainment was fixed'by the adoption of a motion that iach of the organizations name one election to be presented during the njoyment of the banquet. tops. pint. S. J. Wolf Hardware Go. 1712 llth Ave. Phone 2-7048 DEFENDED FIVE FLAGS SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Nov. 7.—William G. McLish, full-fledged Chick- ashaw Indian and mess sergeant at Brooks fleld, hero, has fought under five flags during the past 31 years. At 18 he fought with Roosevelt's Rough Riders at Santiago. Then he took part In a Honduras revolution, fought pirates in the Indian'Ocean and -served under three governments In the World War. IT'LL PAY YOU TO VISIT POET'S FOR PAY-DAY VALUES Refurnish Your Dining Room at Poet's Everything you would like to have In a new dining unite. You will llnd here our tmltes are built by old rellabln builders of dining room furniture. Select walnut and high veneers. Produces beautiful effucta. Frlemlllly priced at $125.00 up. Shipment of Children's Reed Rockers Finished i n rainbow colors. Different B t y 1 es. Make early selection. A small deposit will hold it for C h r istmas delivery. Cogswell Chairs Easy comfortable chairs made to give service. We have JiiHt the chali'a to upend a restful evening at home. You'll be delighted with our many utyles and patturnu. Upholatered in Jucqutml, Tapestries und MohairH. Make uti early s o 1 e c t i o n (or Chriutmus. STATE STARTING SATURDAY THE GREATEST THEATRICAL EVENT SINCE THE . ADVENT OF THE TALKING SCREEN B • ' Eclipsing In Shper Dramatic Grandeur the Mightiest Spectacles of Screen or Stage.... Music . Romance Beauty . . . . Qlamor and Pageantry . . . United to \ •3 Create what all America has acclaimed the EIGHTH WONDER of the WORLD Bedroom Furniture Hlcliiy grained walnut—an Impressive combination with graceful curvL-s and lovely lines. You'll find the construction the beat. Full size bed, dresser, French vanity and chest drawers. Priced as low as JD5.00 for three piece*. Living Room Suites Unless style and quality ure considered, prices' on living room furnl- tur« meai> very little. Reul style und tone quulity are never on the bargain counter—while it is possible to lower prices by cheapening important inner construction features, thia store never sloops to such methods, believing u Hutislied customer is the best advertisement. Purchase your living room suite at Poet's and you are cer- of. the utmost in style and quality for the amount you invest. Mattresses Simmons Special $14.00 S 1 m m o n a Felt llat- t r • s a e a. Full size, SO pound, rose edge. Specially priced, $14.00. Can be had in 3 ft. 3 In. size. POET'S 172* UNION AVENUE DIAL 1-8905 RADIO PICTURES' ColotM! Glorification in Voice, Song, Color and Beauty of ZIEGFELD'S CBBATR8T GIBL.MUSIC SPECTACLE with BEBE DANIELS • fXi haded «the tcncu't fTMleM liachu itar JOHN BOLES * t • • MW*«t KMUHtfe Idol Bert Wheeler Robert Wpobey Dorothy Lee Don Alvarado dlorioiu old long* and nlortous new by HAltKV TIKBNKV JOE McCAKTHV Spectacular Beaten In Tectiolcolor WILLIAM LtBABON Production Directed by LUTHEIl POSITIVELY NO ADVANCE IN OUR ADMISSION PRICES I SPECIAL MIDNIGHT SHOW SUNDAY NIGHT AT 1?.01 A. M. DON'T DELAY, BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW. TOBIAS & LAUGHLIN .% Funeral Service 2036 Broad Are. Phone 9810 ELECTRICAL FIXTURES At Special Price* ALTOONA ELEC. SUPPLY CO. 1120 12th Ave, Dial 2-8297 Broken Plates and Loose Plates remade like new. Free examination SWEET AIR For the Painless Extraction of Teeth FR. SHOR 1112 12th Ave. J. Phone 2-1929 Next Poor to Lincoln Trust Bank Hours i Dally S a. m. to 6 p. m. Hon.. Wed., Sat., to 8 p. m. 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